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geofumadas 5 Mar 19
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Institute for Global Prosperity May 9
On the 22nd May, the IGP and the London Prosperity Board will launch the UK’s first citizen-led Prosperity Index - the outcome of four years’ research with citizen scientists and communities in east London. Learn more about this work, here:
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Mariana Mazzucato 11 Feb 19
The ⁦⁩ is an exciting place to rethink cities, sustainability, prosperity and public purpose. Strategic design needed for building social and physical infrastructures of CARE.
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Mariana Mazzucato 4 Feb 19
Looking forwards to launching ⁦⁩ new 2019 lecture series with ⁦⁩ on Innovation and the Welfare State. Part of . Stay tuned!
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UCL Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose Sep 12
‘Without recognition of existing citizen movements and the wishes of the people, missions imposed from the top down risk fizzling out.’ Looking at Barcelona as a champion for citizens’ data rights
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Giovanni Zayas Sep 22
Car free day at UCL! colourful crossing!
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UCL 7 Feb 19
The Bartlett, UCL's Faculty of the Built Environment, is turning 100 in 2019, bringing you 100 stories over 100 days. Join in the celebration and share your stories of what The Bartlett means to you using .
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UCL CASA Apr 4
Colouring London, a ground-breaking open-data scheme led by The Bartlett’s Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis, is aiming to redefine how city building data is used and shared.
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UCL Alumni 26 Mar 19
Meet the alumni , designers and urbanists who are innovating solutions to some of the most pressing challenges of the built environment. During this panel talk hear how industry leaders are developing sustainable cities. Book now:
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Adam Dennett 12 Feb 19
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The Bartlett Jan 19
During our exhibition, we asked you to share questions you think face the built environment over the next 100 years. We found 12 core themes and these are the building blocks with which we have created our Commitment to Change. Take a look:
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fi glover 13 Mar 19
Good piece explaining our ethos. My Perfect Country is quite a refreshing listen if you have never come across it before. Like the spritz of a sharp smelling scent - pop it on and feel a little bit better.
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Stani Milcheva Sep 12
Helen Evans from and chair of says that what is needed in addition to access to land, easy to obtain planning permission is political will fir housing associations to be able to provide more affordable housing
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Hannah Prowse 20 Feb 19
. A fascinating and seriously valuable piece of research with wide ranging implications for the care of our cultural heritage.
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Paul King 13 Feb 19
Looking forward to presenting and exhibiting next week - Exhibition continues until 5th March
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Christoph Lindner Nov 25
Just received a copy of the stunningly beautiful book celebrating and documenting a century of ’s radical thinking on the built environment. Filled with a hundred stories of disruption and invention.
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BeemCar Apr 7
"There is no point in just putting in the HS2 rail link because all the benefit would go to the big cities. If you could also invest in light urban rail, the whole region benefits and that’s a contribution to reducing the disparity"
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Urban Pamphleteer 25 Mar 19
We're namechecked in the latest story on architectural-academic publishing
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UCL School of Construction and Project Management Oct 4
How can we work together to solve the global affordable housing crisis? We held an international conference in September to explore this – read our reflections, watch the films and download the papers presented on our website:
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Survey of London 31 Mar 19
Today's story explores the work and impact of the Survey of London, from its origins in 1894 to the present day. It also considers the new approaches of , a project that reflects the Survey's public-history roots:
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